|Vatican Syriac 19 Christian Palestinian Aramaic Lectionary - J.S. Assemani|
This is the entry from J.S. Assemani's Catalog of the Syriac Manuscripts in the Vatican Library, which first made known to the wider world the important Christian Palestinian Aramaic Lectionary in Vatican Syr 19. The colophon, reproduced by Assemani on pp. 101-103, contains important information about the history of CPA-speaking communities of Palestine and gives evidence that CPA was being used in what is today the West Bank in Palestine up until the eleventh century.
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|Pax Christiana et Pax Islamica - Nikolai N. Seleznyov|
Nikolai N. Seleznyov, Pax Christiana et Pax Islamica: On the History of Interconfessional Relations in the Medieval Near East / Russian State University for the Humanities, Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies. Moscow: RSUH, 2014. (Series: Orientalia et Classica, Issue XLV). 268 pp. – ISBN 978-5-7281-1594-6. Table of Contents Foreword Heraclius and Isho'yahb II: An Eastern Episode in the "Ecumenical" Project of the Byzantine Emperor The Age of the Caliphate The Epistle on the Unity by ...
Keywords: Eastern Christianity; Christian Orient; Melkite; Melkites; Melchites; Arab Orthodox; Syriac; Garshuni. Syrians; Syrian Orthodox; Jacobites; the Church of the East; Nestorian; Nestorians; Abyssinians; Ethiopians; Copts; Arabic; Arabic Christianity; Apostolic Churches; Liturgy; Eucharist; Medieval Manuscripts; Arabic Manuscripts; Coptic Heritage; Mingana; Religious Diversity; Christian Denominations; Church of the East theology; Assyrian church of the east; East Syriac Scholasticism; Syriac Christianity; Nestorian Christianity; Christology; Jacob Baradaeus; Byzantine; Zeno; Kabad; al-Makin; Balas; Khagan; Heraclius; Coptic; Ethiopian; Muslim-Christian; Christian-Muslim; Arabic Literature; Qalqashandi; Shahrastani; Ibn Hazm; Abu l-Fida; Hospitallers; Knights Hospitaller; Knights of Saint John; Caliphate; Chronicles; Rauwolf; Franks; Nubians; Old Believers
|Miscellanea Orientalia Christiana|
Miscellanea Orientalia Christiana. Ed. Nikolai N. Seleznyov, Yury N. Arzhanov. Russian State University for the Humanities, Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies; Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Seminar fuer Orientalistik und Islamwissenschaft. Moscow, 2014. – ISBN 978-5-98604-419-4.Table of ContentsEditorialSYRIACAYulia Furman, The first day of the Creation and "the first natures" in the History of the Temporal World of John bar PenkayeEvgeny Barsky, Maksim Kalinin, "Do not be like children"...
Keywords: Eastern Christianity; Christian Orient; Melkites; Melchites; Arab Orthodox; Syriac; Syrians; Syrian Orthodox; Jacobites; The Church of the East; Nestorians; Abyssinians; Ethiopians; Copts; Arabic Christianity; Apostolic Churches; Liturgy; Eucharist; Medieval Manuscripts; Arabic Manuscripts; Coptic Heritage; Mingana; Religious Diversity; Christian Denominations; Church of the East theology; Assyrian Church of the East; East Syriac Scholasticism; Syriac Christianity; Nestorian Christianity; Bar Penkaye; Creation; Ephrem the Syrian; Narsai; Theodore bar Koni; Ishodad; Isaac the Syrian; Isaac of Nineveh; Prayer; Adam; Theodore of Mopsuestia; Aphrahat; Aristotle; Physica; Physics; Sergius of Reshayna; Hunayn ibn Ishaq; Plato; Naturphilosophie; Bar Zobi; Syriac Renaissance; Explanation of the Mysteries; Christology; Jacob Baradaeus; Jacobites; Bar Shakko; Armenian Apocrypha; Enphancy; Syriac translations; Georgian; Manzikert; Byzantine; Armenia; Coptic; Ethiopian; Constantine the Great; Jews; Cross; Muslim-Christian; Christian-Muslim; Skull; Arabic Literature; Macarius; Scribes; Turkic; Mongolian; Khamis; Garshuni; Cyprus; Paul of Antioch; Nestorian; Melkite; Ibn al-Akfani; al-Qalqashandi; al-Shahrastani; Ibn Hazm; Abu l-Fida; Macarius Ibn al-Zaim; Patriarch; Antioch; Yahya; Arabic Bible